Google Docs Sheets Slides (teaser 001)

After adding a new Incoming section to Docs, Sheets and Slides iOS apps which lets you see all of the files that have been shared with you, Google on Wednesday issued another refresh to its trio of productivity applications for the iPhone and iPad.

Google Docs, Sheets and Slides now feature Touch ID support for passcode lock to keep your documents, app settings and more safe from prying eyes.

In addition to that, each app has gained a few noteworthy enhancements such as a brand new spell-checker in Docs, mentioned after the break.

In addition to the spell-checker in Docs, Sheets now allows you to easily hide rows and columns. And in Slides, it’s now possible to group objects together for quicker editing.

Google Docs 1.2.6448 changelog:

  • Spellcheck
  • Touch ID support for Docs passcode lock
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Google Sheets 1.1.7297 changelog:

  • Hide rows and columns
  • Touch ID support for Sheets passcode lock
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Google Slides 1.0.5754 changelog:

  • Group objects together for quicker editing
  • Touch ID support for Slides passcode lock
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements

Download Google Docs, Sheets and Slides free in the App Store.

  • Fede777

    Would be nice to have TouchID, a share sheet option and the new design for Gmail app.